SFVBJ CURRENT EDITION
HOSPITALITY: Height limit forces developer to weigh self-storage.
Three-story hotel or a three-story self-storage facility? Calabasas awaits the future of a 4-acre parcel off Las Virgenes Road.
BIOTECH: Medtronic, Qualcomm to create sugar-tracking system.
Medtronic and Qualcomm’s partnership in blood sugar monitoring has to catch up with competitors.
AVIATION: Kathryn Purwin takes control after husband's death.
How helicopter firm Helinet reacted to the sudden death of its founder.
After DriveWise pairs buyers with vehicles, it makes a contribution.
Vehicle brokerage startup haggles for you with salespeople and also donates for you to charities.
Website facilitates donations for tuition as education costs rise.
As college tuition skyrockets, local startup tries new finance strategy.
Stable hands evacuate 70 animals in rush from Topanga ranch.
Calabasas equestrian center’s emergency plan saves 70 horses during recent fire.
National judges laud paper’s ‘enticing and interesting’ presentation.
San Fernando Valley Business Journal takes home two awards on design and layout.
CATERING: Stonefire Grill supplied bargain meals for 600 marriage parties last year.
DIY weddings boost Stonefire Grill’s sales.
ENERGY: Oil companies avoid penny stock status, wait for price rebound.
California Resources Corp. is the latest in series of energy reverse stock splits.
CONFECTIONS: Remodel designed to promote new candies, ice cream.
When your establishment has been around since the 1970s without a remodel, change is well overdue.
VIDEO GAMES: Warner Bros., virtual reality get attention at annual consumer show.
The presence of San Fernando Valley area companies at the annual E3 video game trade show has continued to dwindle, with only five taking part in this year’s show.
The adult magazine has a new owner who’s determined to take the company back to its roots.
Penthouse Global Media’s new chief executive, Kelly Holland.
MULTIFAMILY: Office, retail projects follow 3,600 new apartments and condos.
After taking longer to recover from the Great Recession than its Tri-City counterparts of Burbank and Pasadena, Glendale is rebounding.
News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley
Amgen Inc. announced that the company has appointed Esteban Santos as its new executive vice president of operations, beginning July 25.
Calendar of events
Will Mannkind’s second attempt at selling its insulin inhaler directly to doctors repeat past failures or will new factors make a difference?
Valley Industry and Commerce Association: what employers face with the new, higher overtime threshold.
Investors find creativity pays on remodel projects
New Standard Equities’ bold and successful apartment makeovers are heavy on creativity, light on expense.
RESTAURANTS: Brand revamp largest in the chain’s history.
Will new grills, new steaks and new staff training cook up a healthy rejuvenation for Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar?
MEDICAL DEVICES: AdaFlow addresses circulatory conditions.
Robotics business Magzor Corp. finds it’s not so easy to switch industries after accidentally developing a medical device.
Holographic image displays by Van Nuys’ Vntana can interact with consumers at stores, trade shows or movie theaters.
Bank of America brings mobile technology to 35 Valley locations.
Bank of America catches up with cardless ATM technology and brings it to several Valley retail sites.
Entrepreneurs sponsor curriculum on budget, investment skills.
Financial literacy classes, sponsored by businesses, score high marks at local schools.
Hues include ‘Pale to the Chief’ and ‘Madame President.’
Local nail polish maker capitalizes on election season to debut new colors influenced by politics.